Using the extended fundamental counting principle, you multiply the total number of options in each space together. There are 10 possible numbers for each of the three number spots, so you would do 10x10x10=1,000. Multiply this by 26 and 26 again for all the possible letters that can go in each letter spot:
So you have 676,000 possible license plate combinations.
26x26x26x10x10x10 = 17,576,000
one letter the rest numbers,its a commercial plate
4435236.. I think
384,475,000 license plates. There are 35 different letter/number combinations possible. Each combination has 10,985,000 variants. 35*10,985,000 = 384,475,000
In California, for example, the first digit of a standard plate is a number, followed by 3 letters, and then three numbers. There are 26 letters in the alphabet, so there are 26 raised to the 3rd power combinations, or 26 * 26 * 26, which is 17,576 possibilities just of the 3 letters.
Most generally the numbers in a license plate refer to the issuing jurisdiction. Most states use a series of symbols, numbers and letters. Others use a county coding system that includes the expiration in the plate number.
what is the california license plate current numbers
Black plate refers to the original license plate that was assigned to a CA car. The plates were black with yellow numbers and letters.
There are 676,000 ways to make the license plates.
There are 26 different letters that can be chosen for each letter. There are 10 different numbers that can be chosen for each number. Since each of the numbers/digits that can be chosen for each of the six "spots" are independent events, we can multiply these combinations using the multiplicative rule of probability.combinations = (# of different digits) * (# of different digits) * (# of different digits) * (# of different letters) * (# of different letters) * (# of different letters) = 10 * 10 * 10 * 26 * 26 * 26 = 103 * 263 = 1000 * 17576 = 17,576,000 different combinations.
reverse search license plate numbers or talk to the police.